ETELM adds new Picocell LTE to 4G Linked family as part of its fully integrated networks concept
“Within environments where there is the possibility of interference and physical exposure to severe conditions, the need for reliable communications for essential services is crucial,” said Pierre Minot, President of ETELM. “Our new Picocell addresses the needs of those operating within such environments and is the perfect solution for LTE coverage in confined areas and localised networks.”
The Picocell base station runs Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) and Time Division Duplex (TDD) in the 700MHz, 2.6GHz and 3.5GHz frequency bands and benefits from the expertise that ETELM has accumulated over the past 35 years designing and manufacturing radiocommunication infrastructure base stations.
Minot continued: “The Picocell is fully compliant with 3GPP/ETSI Release 13, which is focused on mission critical LTE enhancements. In addition, the low power consumption of the Picocell base station allows for Power over Ethernet (PoE) – ideal for operations in remote and volatile locations where there may be outages or unreliable power supply sources.”
The first deployments of the Picocell base station will begin before the summer.
ETELM is dedicated to offering fully integrated, multi-technology solutions based on internationally recognised communications standards and will be exhibiting at this year’s 5G World in London (13-15 June, 2017). For further information, please visit http://www.etelm.fr/.